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Bookmark schools to get the latest admission details in your inbox

Forgetting dates come naturally to all of us. Anniversaries, birthdays, appointments – we have all missed these. Thankfully they are not expensive mistakes except for a few diamonds. But imagine missing out on the admission dates for your child at your favorite school.

Avoid such situations by simply bookmarking schools at Sqoolz. We will make sure we deliver every update announced by those schools straight to your inbox. You may still miss the anniversaries and birthday, still buy those diamonds but you will never lose the chance for your child to study at the best school.

Check out the video that shows you how to click on a button a.k.a bookmarking schools.



If you find this useful or would like to make suggestions to us, please write to us at hello@sqoolz.com.

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You’ll never lose your research on shortlisted schools again

Researching schools and gathering details on admission updates? Or trying to make a shortlist of schools to discuss with your spouse? It can be a nightmare to lose all that “homework” done about the best options for your kid.

Forget jotting down on sticky notes or pieces of paper that have a habit of moving out of your radar. Simply logon to Sqoolz and open the schools you like. Sqoolz makes it easy for you to save notes about each school you explore. You can save any number of notes for as many schools as you like – we never delete them.

Here is a video that shows saving notes on our site is easier than putting pen to paper.



If you find this useful or would like to make suggestions to us, please write to us at hello@sqoolz.com.

Explore Hand Picked Collections Of Schools

Ever wondered where would you find a truly alternate style school? One where pressures don’t exist for the student or the parent? One where students are allowed to learn in their own time?

Or maybe you are a traditionalist and would prefer “old school” (pun intended) values. Or one that maybe places as much emphasis, if not more, on sports as academics and grades. At Sqoolz, our team thought it would be hugely important for our users to be able to discover schools through these hand-picked lists of schools catering to specific needs. So we decided to build Collections. Each city will have its own list of collections that comprises of local schools.

Here is a video that tells you how to find Collections on our site and discover the best schools around you.

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We also would welcome users to contribute your own list of custom collection of schools by writing in to us. Please let us know your feedback at  hello@sqoolz.com.

See the collections available in your city by visiting www.sqoo…

Cut offs for Class 11 in Pune Schools and Junior Colleges - Stateboard

Congratulations on your child's performance. Time to take the next step to chose between the three major fields Arts, Commerce and Science. Once that is done you need to figure out on which school / junior college fits in your score criteria and fees.

SchoolFinder brings to you a consolidated view of the schools and colleges in Pune along with their respective cut offs and fees.

School NameStreamsCommentsNew English School and Junior CollegeScience : 90.4%Fees for Science
General : Rs. 100/-
Electronics/ Computer Science : Rs. 34,800/- SNDT Kanyashaala and Jr. CollegeScience : 88.6%
Commerce : 81.6%Fees for Science : Rs. 9836/-
Commerce : Rs. 1836/-HHCP High School and Junior CollegeScience : 94.6%
Commerce : 84.2Fees for Science General : Rs. 2700/-
Electronics : Rs. 19500/-
Commerce : Rs. 2700/-Nutan Marathi Vidyalaya High SchoolScience : 92.2%Fees for Science General : Rs. 2940/-
Scooter and Motor Cycle Servicing/ Electronics/ Computer Science : Rs. 17940/-Smt. Susheela Bahudh…

If you don't update yourself today then you don't have a place in this world tomorrow.

I have had the most wonderful time,the most incredible experience one can imagine in the course of my association with the students at the institutes I have worked in. Each day has been a special day for me. More or less the work in both the institutions has been the same - "Mentoring". Through these experiences I have learnt the importance of extra and co-curricular activities in a student’s life. Education today is no longer limited to classroom teachings. Gone are those days when our parents used to think in the same way as the common saying "Jack of all trades and master of none" but now it's a paradoxical view. The new trend of this age is to know everything to be updated. If you are as good as yesterday then you are outdated today. If you don't update yourself today then you don't have a place in this world tomorrow. The world is changing at a faster pace and to survive you will have to learn, unlearn and relearn to be prepared to face the challen…

My father is my inspiration to be a teacher!

Interviewing Mr. Prashant Kumar was a learning experience in itself. This young Junior Research Fellowship achiever and a Hindi teacher at Kendriya Vidyalaya in Arunachal Pradesh is sure that every attempt he makes towards transforming the education system is yet another step in the right direction. Holding his vision and trusting the process, he intends to do a lot with all his passion and energy by his side.

Don’t be a bystander if your child is a bully or being bullied

We meet a lot of people who we know were bullied at a young and impressionable age. Even though the passage of time blurs some of the memories, some scars remain nevertheless. They have a different take on life and certain situations. They often have trouble initiating conversations, building friendships, trusting people and generally struggle with social skills. Now imagine if unbeknown to you, your child is undergoing the same trauma and somehow hasn't been able to confide in you. It is a scary situation and is far more likely to happen than most parents care to admit. In some studies, more than 1 in 5 school children admitted to bullying. How would you know that your child is being bullied? Well, there are certain behavioral symptoms that form a pattern. Look for them as they indicate possibilities of your child being bullied.
Marks of cuts, bruises or scrapes on the body that is unexplained. Frequent loss of stationery, toys, money or books that is again unexplained or seem myst…